What do a NYC food tour and public speaking have in common?

This is iSpeak Clearly’s second article in a series on mindfulness and mindful awareness of speaking. The first article is available here.   Recently I had the good fortune to go on a food tour in NYC with a friend. We made our way from one eatery to another, savoring the unique characteristics of each […]

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Successful public speaking series: Dress the part, don’t be afraid to smile, and think of the audience as your friend

This post is the third in a three-part series on Successful Public Speaking. The impression you make as a speaker is based on what you say and how you say it. When clients come to me, they often know their speaking skills need improvement, but they’re not sure where to begin. I help them become aware of the […]

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Using non-verbals to communicate across barriers

Traveling is my passion. Every time I plan a vacation, I look to go somewhere new, to see something different. Over the holiday break, I had the good fortune to travel to China, and it was amazing! I climbed the Great Wall on New Year’s Day, and according to Chinese culture, I am now a […]

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5 Ways to Communicate Confidence

When it comes to making a major purchase, I like to do my research. Being a “see it, feel it, touch it” kind of person, that means going to the stores and talking to salespeople. After reading the reviews and narrowing down my choice to two possibilities, the deciding factor in a recent purchase was […]

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